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A new paper marks the first time that researchers have imaged fossilized poo with a specific kind of accelerator imaging.
The Muon g-2 experiment has begun its search for phantom particles with its well-traveled electromagnet.
The third detection of gravitational waves from merging black holes provides a new test of the theory of general relativity.
Today’s astronomers don’t just need to know how stars form and black holes burst.
At a recent meeting, scientists shared ideas for searching for dark matter on the (relative) cheap.
Why can a neutrino pass through solid objects?
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New experiments will help astronomers uncover the sources that helped make the universe transparent.
The Escaramujo Project delivered detector technology by van to eight universities in Latin America.
TIM and other mechanical friends tackle jobs humans shouldn’t.
Neutron stars have earned their share of superlatives since their discovery in 1967.
How can we measure the worth of scientific knowledge? Economic analysts give it a shot.